Kathmandu University (KU), located in DhuThe newly-opened Dusit Princess Kathmandu has unveiled the Kibu Sky Lounge within the hotel premises. The lounge is based on the top floor of the hotel with cozy indoor corners and comfortable outdoor seating along with DJ deck. The captivating venue promises to redefine the city's scene with a blend of sophisticated ambiance, signature cocktails and handpicked menu inspired by Japanese, Italian and other delectable cuisine.
The highlight of Kibu Sky Lounge is its meticulously long bar with large digital screen, added the statement. “From tantalizing barbeques to innovative fusion dishes, the culinary offerings at Kibu are destined to captivate your palate,” reads the statement. According to the hotel, curated selection of cocktails, premium spirits, and an extensive wine list are available for connoisseurs and cocktail enthusiasts alike. likhel, is set to introduce a new four-year course on geology and mining engineering. The university's initiative aims to implement the concept of 'one local level, one mining engineer in Kavrepalanchowk and other districts. Professor Dr. Bholanath Thapa, the deputy vice-chancellor of KU, highlighted the significance of mining engineers in promoting sustainable mining operations and conserving natural resources.
Thapa expressed the urgent need for trained mining engineers to address the shortage within domestic mining industries. During the event, Ram Prasad Ghimire, the director general of the Department of Mines and Geology, highlighted the scarcity of mining engineers in Nepal. Shyamsundar Khadka, the Chief of the Department of Civil Engineering at KU, presented a working paper during the event.